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Library of Christian Worship Book 4 Part 2

Robert E Webber (Ed)
Library of Christian Worship Book 4 Part 2

Library of Christian Worship Book 4 Part 2

Robert E Webber (Ed)

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"The opening section of "Music and the Arts in Christian Worship" offers an overview of the current worship practices of most of the major denominations in this country, each prepared by a person active in that particular church. Read individually, they furnish a wealth of fresh ideas; collectively, they give evidence that, while each denomination remains theologically focused on its tradition and centers its worship on the familiar, there is hardly one which is not actively re-examining its worship philosophy and experimenting with new forms, music, and visual art. Style is becoming more and more eclectic, and there is a healthy regard for the special contribution that every individual may make. Worship, once almost the property of the officiating clergyman rigorously hewing to a prescribed pattern, has rightly become the responsibility of every person."^" Philip Beggrov Peters, Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan

- Publisher 368 Pages

- Publisher Music and the Arts in Christian Worship Books 1 & 2 open with an explanation of how church music is conducted in some fifty different church groups and denominations. The second section deals with the history of philosophy of music in worship. Writers for the third section discuss the arts in worship and include articles on the worship enviroment and the visual arts. The final section addresses drama and dance in worship.

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About "Library of Christian Worship Book 4 Part 2"

"The opening section of "Music and the Arts in Christian Worship" offers an overview of the current worship practices of most of the major denominations in this country, each prepared by a person active in that particular church. Read individually, they furnish a wealth of fresh ideas; collectively, they give evidence that, while each denomination remains theologically focused on its tradition and centers its worship on the familiar, there is hardly one which is not actively re-examining its worship philosophy and experimenting with new forms, music, and visual art. Style is becoming more and more eclectic, and there is a healthy regard for the special contribution that every individual may make. Worship, once almost the property of the officiating clergyman rigorously hewing to a prescribed pattern, has rightly become the responsibility of every person."^" Philip Beggrov Peters, Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan
- Publisher

368 Pages
- Publisher

Music and the Arts in Christian Worship Books 1 & 2 open with an explanation of how church music is conducted in some fifty different church groups and denominations. The second section deals with the history of philosophy of music in worship. Writers for the third section discuss the arts in worship and include articles on the worship enviroment and the visual arts. The final section addresses drama and dance in worship.
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Meet the Author

Robert E Webber (Ed)

Robert E. Webber (1933-2007) was Myers Professor of Ministry at Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois, and served as the president of the Institute for Worship Studies. His many books include in five vomes in the Ancient-Future series: Faith; Evangelism, Divine Embrace, Time & Embrace, Worship is a Verb and The Younger Evangelicals.

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  • Catalogue Code 88206
  • Product Code 1565631900
  • EAN 9781565631908
  • Pages 2
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Ministry Resources
  • Sub-Category Drama/worship
  • Publisher Hendrickson Publishers
  • Publication Date Jul 1995
  • Dimensions 286 x 229 x 31 mm
  • Weight 1.880kg

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